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"Time Traveling Bong", is a three-episode limited series that takes viewers on a wild ride through an otherworldly experience and is set to premiere on April 20, 2016, following the season three finale of Broad City. Time Traveling Bong centers on two cousins, played by Glazer and Downs, who discover a time traveling bong and ride high as they blaze through time. Their buzz is killed when the bong breaks and the cousins are forced to bounce around the space time continuum, learning to appreciate there's no time like the present. Time Traveling Bong will roll out across three consecutive nights.

Episode Title: Episode 03
Airs: 2016-04-21 at
  • Ben Travers

    So even while Time Traveling Bong may not rank with the elite of its genres' predecessors, there's actually nothing quite like it. And there's something magical about how the slight miniseries still finds a way to come across as ludicrously fun, rather than being weighed down by its overarching commentary.

    Indiewire Full Review
  • Dennis Perkins

    Time Traveling Bong is, as its title and premise suggest, an essentially disposable goof of an event.

    The A.V. Club Full Review
  • Robert Lloyd

    Though satirical points are made--about gender roles and race, about progress, the lack of progress and the wrong kind of progress--the humor overall is goofy (and gooey), a kind of Mel Brooks romp for the 20-teens, minor but sweet.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Ken Tucker

    If Time Traveling Bong isn’t as laugh-out-loud funny as Broad City, it has its own, more whimsical and laid-back charms. It’s a nice way to end a few evenings, by sitting back and watching two likable people light up for adventure.

    Yahoo TV Full Review
  • Mitchel Broussard

    It’s not quite as refined as Broad City but, like that show, it largely wins because it finds its own mad method of humor amidst an entirely silly premise.

    We Got This Covered Full Review
  • Mike Hale

    Like the weed that fuels its time-travel plot, Bong, which begins on Wednesday (4/20, natch), provides a painless, quickly forgotten experience during which you may laugh for reasons that won’t be entirely clear.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • David Sims

    Time Traveling Bong is as silly as it sounds and makes little sense as a television event, much less one intended to celebrate the subversive joys of weed.

    The Atlantic Full Review